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An ideal niche product for baseball fans who want to put their heads together

“I also make miniatures for holding baseballs.” [Your home health care aide is not your maid, landscaper or party organizer] At last count, Wheedleton had made miniatures of least 27 out of the 30 Maj... read more

Roxborough/Manayunk/East Falls Around Town community calendar: Week of Aug. 29

DeLissio, D-194, will host a discussion on single-payer health care during a public roundtable ... will be presented in conjunction with The Not-So-Silent Cinema. There will be live musical accompanim... read more

Transcript: Read the Full Text of the CNBC Republican Debate in Boulder

And, you know, for six-and-a-half years, we’ve had a gigantic party. If you want someone to grab a beer with, I may not be that guy. But if you want someone to drive you home ... your way out of demog... read more

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Dems in 3rd District race outline policy positions

In order to join, members must partner with a colleague from the opposite party. The caucus currently has 84 members. “It shows that we can think about climate in a bipartisan fashion,” she said. Heal... read more

HYMAN: The new socialists

One evening I attended a dinner party ... Health and Human Services Secretary nominee, Tom Daschle, promoted a U.K.-style of socialized medicine. I experienced firsthand the U.K.’s National Health Ser... read more

Another JOLT of Bad News on Jobs

As if last week’s dismal employment report was not enough, the clumsily-dubbed Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey, or JOLTS, offers similarly discouraging signals. No wonder finding a job feels to... read more

For Colored Only? Understanding “The Help” Through The Lens Of White Womanhood

Skeeter assumes that her dear friend and caretaker died “of a broken heart,” as opposed to having been worked into old age with little or no health care ... old maid and thus has no need for their app... read more

Rummage, bake sale planned

WAYNE TWP. – Wurtemburg Presbyterian Church, 291 Wurtemburg Road, Wayne Township, will have a rummage sale and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 18 and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 19, which will a... read more

Here’s What Democrats Need to Do to Take Congress in 2018

Attorney and state politician Leonard Lance swerved right on social positions after his election to Congress in 2008, swapping out career-moderate stances to protect himself from tea-party candidates ... read more

Big banks: It's your move on data security

Surely, memorizing an extra four-digit PIN is worth the peace of mind that some of your most confidential information is secure. Consumers should be concerned that by not investing in ... John Gaudett... read more

City's Airbnb inspectors face daunting odds

They were the first hosts to pay up under the new state law banning advertising for home rentals of less than 30 days ... Since they stand to earn $750 a week on average, paying off the fine might not ... read more

The future of wireless is coming to Chicago

“This was the earliest conference for wireless communications,” says Dennis Roberson, organizer of the twice-a-year gathering, which returns to U.S. after two stops in Canada. “The first one was held ... read more

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